The Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission works on the ground with communities in Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, and Richland County to build local economies, increase quality of life, and preserve our natural heritage.     See what our partners are saying about SWWRPC!

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City of Monroe and Green County Online Interactive Bike Route Map

Timeline: 2016

Description: An online, interactive map of bike routes through Green County and the City of Monroe. This map was designed to help cyclists visit and explore this beautiful region.

City of Monroe Comprehensive Plan

Timeline: 2015-2035

Description: The City of Monroe Comprehensive Plan is an engaging guide for the community to flourish in the next 20 years. Extensive public input for the plan included Visioning Boards, a Visioning Kickoff Meeting, 14 Topic Meetings, and two Implementation Meetings. Together over 100 unique participants provided their experience and expertise during these public meetings.

East Side Cemetery Online Map

Timeline: 2014-2015

Description: As of February 24th, 2015, SWWRPC completed an interactive online Cemetery map that allows individuals to find family members in the City of Dodgeville East Side Cemetery.

Lafayette County Farmland Preservation Plan

Timeline: 2015-2016

Description: The Lafayette County Farmland Preservation Plan identifies key issues threatening productive farming and farmland in Lafayette County, and assets for preserving the county's rural and agrarian culture. It is a 10 year (2016 – 2026) action and implementation plan that emphasizes cooperation with partners in Lafayette County. The Lafayette County Farmland Preservation Plan also identifies prime farmland in the county, and those farms and farmers eligible for Farmland Preservation Tax Credits. Input on the plan came from a citizen advisory committee, comprised of individuals who represent a wide array of interests.

Sinsinawa Land Stewardship Plan

Timeline: 2013 - 2016

Description: From 2013 to 2016, SWWRPC facilitated a Strategic Planning and Land Stewardship Implementation project with the Dominican Sisters at Sinsinawa Mound, located in southern Grant County. These plans resulted in a holistic, long-term vision for how the Sisters can steward their vast natural resources in a manner consistent with their social and ecological values.   Under the guidance of the Dominican sisters, and with the assistance of a variety of partners and leaders in the fields of agricultural, conservation, natural resource management, planning, and anti-poverty issues, SWWRPC has built off of the Strategic Plan for Sinsinawa Mound Land Resources (2013-2014) and completed the Land Stewardship Plan for Sinsinawa Mound (2015-2016). Both documents can be found below.